When a pilot has received multiple disciplinary actions pursuant to RCW 88.16.100
(1) and/or (2) within any two-year period, the board shall evaluate the pilot and prepare and personally serve upon him/her a notice advising of the board's intended action, the specific ground therefore, and the right to request a hearing pursuant to RCW 88.16.100
(4) to challenge the board's action. Such intended action may include the temporary suspension of the pilot from duties until such pilot has satisfactorily completed subsection (1) or (2) of this section:
(1) An approved course-of-study which may include navigation training and testing; or
(2) Any remedial activity or treatment designated by the board to assure fitness and competence for full pilotage duties.
In ordering such disciplinary action, the board shall take into account both the causes of the previous disciplinary actions and the pilot's previous record.
Failure to enter into such corrective action within thirty days of the board's action may be cause for revocation of the pilot's license.
In the event of a temporary license suspension, license reinstatement and resumption of pilotage duties shall not be authorized until the board has reviewed completed activity and formally extended approval. Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld by the board and shall be reviewed and acted upon within five days of the completion of the activity.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 88.16 RCW and 2008 c 128. 08-15-119, § 363-116-370, filed 7/21/08, effective 8/21/08. 97-08-042, recodified as § 363-116-370, filed 3/28/97, effective 3/28/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 88.16.100. 88-14-062 (Order 88-14, Resolution No. 88-14), § 296-116-370, filed 7/1/88.]